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Hi, Miss Cooke! Really appreciate the feedback, and kind words.
For In Print I was actually encouraged by the observations of the photographer...
Ooh, the last line sounds so mysterious.
Like the final words most: "God's sign / you weren't meant to be mine."
Just read your wasps one. Sounds painful. Wonder if the wasp as metaphor came most readily to mind, or if it was awhile before you settled on it.
Ooh, congratulations on the masters.
Thanks for joining. Gonna check out your poetry.
Ooh, a manuscript. What about?
Also, from your avatar I gather you may be a Hellsing fan. Seen Hellsing Ultimate?
Can't wait for the next contest!
Since last posting poems, here are a few I was brave enough to share with others. The first three were printed in the literary magazine of the...
Two poems I have read here today and they both have such harsh lines. :faint:
These lines stick to me most. I like the theme of the "image"...
Scratching my head over your user name. Bom makes me think of bum, which in turn makes me think of a Regina Spektor song. This trivia...
Harsh. :ohmy1: That line stuck with me most.
I can't wait for her new novel, The Lowland! September can't come fast enough.
I just put my free verse in 'Creative Traditional,' heh.
Gotta trust more in ourselves, I take it. Perhaps one of the first advises given me by a math teacher.
Not sure if you misread me, but I was implying that I have great difficulty with meter; I understand it is difficult to make a poem sound natural...
Yay end rhymes. I should try that one day, heh. If only writing meter was no big deal to me.
Hi, and stuff!
I have only been a member here for a few days, so fellow newbie.
I do not know why, but your poem makes me think of A. Van Jordan's "From."